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Febrl - Freely extensible biomedical record linkage

Christen, Peter; Churches, Tim


This manual describes prototype software called Febrl designed to undertake probabilistic data cleaning (or standardisation) and record linkage. Written in the Python programming language, this software aims to allow health, biomedical and other researchers to clean (standardise) and link data sets of all sizes faster, with less effort and with improved quality. The authors would be grateful if users of Febrl would inform us (by e-mail) of how they have used the system. We are particularly...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2002
Type: Working/Technical Paper


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